It is said that the one who saves is greater than the one who kills. A similar incident was seen amidst the violence in Karauli, Rajasthan where a policeman saved the lives of 3 people, including an innocent, amidst the fierce flames of fire. The name of the policeman who saved the people trapped in the fire is Netresh Sharma who is a constable in Rajasthan Police. After this incident, his work is being well-liked on social media. Everyone is praising the photo of the innocent being saved from the fire on the shoulder.
Here, the Rajasthan government has also praised constable Netresh Sharma. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has also given him the gift of promotion. The constable, who saved the lives of three including an innocent in the grip of fierce fire, has been promoted to head constable. CM Gehlot also congratulated him by talking on the phone.
Significantly, there were riots and arson in Karauli, Rajasthan on Saturday. Along with the shops, many houses were also set on fire. A house was also burnt between two shops, in which along with innocent children, their mother and another woman were also trapped. These women and children, who had lost hope of living, were brought out of the fire by constable Netresh Sharma as an angel.
In view of the Karauli violence and arson in Rajasthan, the curfew period has been extended till April 7 in the district. One of the officials informed us that the situation is still under control. Karauli District Magistrate Rajendra Singh Shekhawat said that the current situation is not normal as per law and order, in such a situation the curfew is being extended till midnight on April 7. At the same time, during the curfew, a relaxation of two hours will be given every day in the presence of the police for the purchase of milk, vegetables, and essential items. No untoward incident was reported from anywhere in Monday's relaxation.
Regarding the incident of violence and arson, Additional Superintendent of Police Kishore Butolia said that 13 accused arrested in the violent incident case were presented in the local court on Monday, where the court has given two days police remand to the accused. There is an atmosphere of tension in the entire area, but the situation is under control.